Leadership Park City picks Class 30

Leadership Park City Class 29, seen here at Estes Park, Colorado, during City Tour a few weeks ago, has announced its class project. Let's Talk is a communication training program available to Summit County government officials, nonprofits, and business leaders that is based on the belief that communication is the foundation of strong and healthy communities.
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Leadership Park City announced the members of its 30th Leadership Class on Monday.

The selection committee chose 36 new members from 113 applicants from Summit, Wasatch, Utah and Salt Lake counties, though all have some connection to Park City through their work or personal life, Leadership Park City officials said.

“We are pleased to congratulate members of Class 29 on their class project and graduation, and excited to welcome a very impressive Class 30,” said Myles Rademan, Leadership Park City founder and director.

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Leadership Park City encouraged candidates who were not selected for this year’s class to reapply in 2024.

Members of the new class:

Caren Bell, Rebecca Blanchette, Kristal Bowman-Carter, Brandon Brady, Rebecca Brenner, Daniel Cherkis, Rhea Cone, Gage Farinacci, Eve Furse, Miriam Garcia, Danny Glasser, Chantal Guadarrama, Frank Hammond, Brittnie Hecht, Seychelle Marcus, Scout Maziarz, Melissa Mendez. Gretchen Milliken.

Andrea Morgan, Courtney Morrison, Helen Nadel, Matthew Nagie, Jen O’Brien, Roberto Olivares, Kyle Osborne, Shelley Pierce, Margaret Plane, Steven Rowe, Victoria Schlaepfer, Heleena Sideris, Nancy Stoaks, David Swartz, Joseph Urankar, David Wilcox, Joel Zarrow, Emma Zevallo


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